With Destiny 2‘s Curse of Osiris DLC having introduced players to the exotic weapon known as Prometheus Lens–a gun that’s generally agreed upon as being too OP–many Guardians are currently staying away from the Crucible until Bungie nerfs the rifle. Of course, those who choose to sit out from PvP activities will have to rely on PvE gameplay to slake their thirst for action, and Bungie has now thankfully revealed the start time for the new expansion’s Eater of Worlds raid lair, which has led to pictures of the event’s armor surfacing online.

According to Bungie, Guardians will be able to take on Destiny 2‘s Eater of Worlds raid lair beginning on Friday, December 8, at 10:00 AM PT, provided that they have already purchased the Curse of Osiris DLC. Naturally, one’s mind tends to turn toward loot when thinking about the adventure ahead, and the fine folks at PC Gamer have already snagged shots of the raid lair’s ornamented armor at the raid vendor–all of which can be found in the images below.


Raid Lair Ornament Requirements


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Titan Raid Lair Ornaments


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Hunter Raid Lair Ornaments


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Warlock Raid Lair Ornaments


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For those unaware, Destiny 2‘s Eater of Worlds has been designed to be a shorter, albeit more difficult and intense experience than the Leviathan raid on Calus’ ship in the Underbelly. Guardians should look forward to the upcoming raid lair containing fresh encounters and locations, as well as a new boss. Not to mention, it also features Prestige mode, and comes with a recommended power level of 300.

Once this Friday has passed and Destiny 2 fans have long since tackled Eater of Worlds, players should expect another raid lair to be added with the expansion that follows Curse of Osiris, as Bungie has said it has more planned. In fact, the second raid lair is going to be set on Leviathan, too.

Taking all of this into account, it will be interesting to see how the Destiny 2 community reacts to the Eater of Worlds raid lair once it goes live later this week. As of now, many fans have already condemned the Curse of Osiris DLC as being somewhat of a disappointment due to its story being too short, and for the most coveted items being gated within the Eververse Trading Company’s inventory. With this being the case, at least there’s going to be some beautiful ornamented armor for Titans, Hunters, and Warlocks to nab come Friday.

Destiny 2 is available now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Source: PC Gamer